Ya-Nung Huang, la artista residente de Taiwán ha llegado a Homesession

Ya-Nung Huang, la artista residente de Taiwán ha llegado a Homesession

Ya-Nung Huang desarrollará su proyecto “City Notation” durante su residencia de septiembre y octubre de 2022

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City Notation es un proyecto de investigación y arte sonoro en relación con el paisaje.

Recolectando sonidos orgánicos cotidianos, excavando símbolos particulares en el paisaje de la ciudad, la artista va a transformar lo visual
símbolos visuales en ritmos, en mezclas de materiales sonoros cotidianos e instrumentales para crear una pieza sonora que represente para ella Barcelona. Posteriormente, la pieza sonora va a ser visualizada y analizada nuevamente mediante una “notación gráfica”. De lo visual al audio y de nuevo a lo visual. Del mundo real a la imaginación sonora y al paisaje en un papel en blanco: de este modo la práctica se extiende y inicia un viaje de imaginación ilimitada. En la línea de temporal del sonido, el proceso de traducción es un ciclo que nunca cesa.

Nacida en 1985 en Taipei, Taiwán, Huang Ya-Nung es un artista multidisciplinaria especializada en diseño gráfico, ilustración, fotografía y video. También es músico, especializada en la “Suona”, un instrumento de viento de música tradicional china.

En los últimos años, Ya-Nung se ha enfocado en temas sociales y pol´ticos, con la voluntad de acercar el arte a las comunidades y el territorio. Sus proyectos se rigen por el principio de “El arte está en todas partes, el arte es vida, el arte es de todas las personas” para reducir la brecha entre el arte y el público. El trabajo de video “Tsukigata Healthy Exercise” (2019) es un ejemplo de ello: el resultado de la residencia en un pueblo envejecido de Japón. En su proyecto más reciente se ha dirigido a la generación senior, así como a otras personas marginadas por la sociedad. La accesibilidad y el empoderamiento cultural del arte son los núcleos principales que marcan el camino de su carrera como artista.

En colaboración con Ministry of Culture of Taiwan, Department of Cultural Affairs, Tapei City Government

ENG

City Notation is a sound and research project in relation with space and landscape.

By collecting daily organic sounds, digging particular symbols in the city landscape, the artist is going to transform visual symbols into audio rhythm, and mix the daily sound materials to create a sound piece of Barcelona. Afterwards, the sound piece is going to be visualized and analyzed again by means of “graphical notation”. From visual, audio then back to visual; from real world, sound imagination to the landscape on a piece of white paper; the practice extends and starts a journey of unlimited imagination. With the timeline of sounds, the translation process is a cycle and will never cease. 

Born in 1985 Taipei Taiwan, Huang Ya-Nung is a multi-discipline artist specializing in graphic design, illustration, photography and video. She’s also a musician playing “Suona”, a traditional Chinese music wind instrument. Possess sensitivity of social awareness, Ya-Nung has dived into art field since graduate school and interested in power relationship between human being and space. Supported by social theories, she has gradually developed her artistic approach: integrating video, sound, body movement and installation in order to research “interaction of people and space” and create dialogue in between them.
In recent years, Ya-Nung focus on responding to social issues, bringing art into community. She’s carrying out the principle of “Art is everywhere, art is life, art belongs to everyone” in order to reduce the gap between art and public. The video work ”Tsukigata Healthy Exercise” (2019) is just outcome of residency in a Japan aging village. Senior generation has been addressed in her recent project, as well as other society outsiders. Art cultural accessibility and empowerment are main cores embed the way of her artist career.

In collaboration with Ministry of Culture of Taiwan, Department of Cultural Affairs, Tapei City Government

Next opening: 趙書榕 CHAO Shu-Jung. 24_10_2019

Next opening: 趙書榕 CHAO Shu-Jung. 24_10_2019

Trans- 2019
A solo exhibition by 趙書榕 CHAO Shu-Jung

Opening 24_10_2019

19-21,30h

“Pasado, presente, futuro y lo que haya en el intervalo. 

Proyecto sobre la ciudad un paisaje mental panorámico.

El mar actúa como en ello como un espejo que refleja la condición humana.

¿Podemos medir la influencia de los paisajes con los cuales nos encontramos en la construcción de nuestra personalidad y de nuestra mirada? Nuestra experiencia personal propicia cambios constantes para nuestras identidades tanto en el tiempo como el espacio: unos cambios que, quizás, podríamos comparar a las derivas de los continentes y de las placas tectónicas: movimientos imperceptibles, pero poderosos, que causan fallas y encuentros y que pueden ir hasta fusionar o engullir tierras.

A través de imágenes y sonidos, mi proyecto se presenta como una experiencia para el espectador, en la que se evocan y se entremezclan la nostalgia, el nomadismo, el desplazamiento, la psicogeografía, la persecución de la utopía y la heterotopía.

Trato de guiar al espectador en una deriva sensorial, en la que sonidos y visuales despiertan un complejo sentimiento de alienación, una experiencia en interacción con el mundo exterior que pueda incidir en la conciencia de cada uno en forma de choques y reverberaciones en constante expansión.

Las series de audio son una composición que une paisajes sonoros de la vida cotidiana y recuerdos de diferentes personas participantes en el proyecto en forma de canciones y poemas. La banda sonora extiende la visión del vídeo presentado, ensancha su campo y su atmosfera, con la intensión de ofrecer una inmersión en un ambiente perturbador así como una experiencia extraña y desorientadora.”

CHAO Shu-Jung

ENG/

” Past, present, future, and, all in between.

I project on the city a kind of mental panoramic landscape. 

The sea acts there as a mirror to reflect the conditions of human beings.

¿Can we measure the influence of the landscapes we encounter in the construction of our personality and our gaze? Our personal experience does contribute to a constant change in our identities through time and space: changes that we might compare to the tectonic plate and continental drifts: imperceptible but powerful movements causing faults and convergences, melting but also making lands disappear.

Through images and sounds, my project features an experience for the audience, in which I evocate and mix subjects, such as nostalgia, nomadism, displacement, psygeography, pursuit after one’s utopia, and heterotopia.

I try to guide the spectator through a sensorial drift, in which sounds and sights arouse a deeply layered sense of alienation. The experience, interacting with the outer world, aims at producing an expanding shock and reverberation in the viewer’s conscience. 

The series of audio features a composition that twirls daily life soundscapes and memories of different persons who participated in the project, in the form of songs and poems. The soundtrack extends the vision and broadens the field and atmosphere of the featured video. My intention is to offer an immersion in the unsettling environment of an “uncanny” experience.”

CHAO Shu-Jung

With the collaboration of Oficina económica y cultural de Taipei

Shu-Jung CHAO, artist in residency during September and October

Shu-Jung CHAO, artist in residency during September and October

Shu-Jung CHAO is the winning artist of the Open Call published by Cultural Office of Ministry of  Taiwan to realize a residency in Homesession during September and October 2019.

 

Shu-Jung CHAO (Taipei, 1982)  is an interdisciplinary artist.
Her works focus on the ideas behind fundamental human experiences such as memory, travelling/time travel, culture/language and aspects of consciousness, as well as “globalization” issues in the public sphere.
Shu-Jung grew up in Taipei, Taiwan. After long residence in France, she evolved a lifetime ambition to the video, new media, multimedia and contemporary art. In 2009, Shu-Jung graduated from Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Art de Bourges with a Master’s degree in Fine Arts. In 2011-12, she participated in the Post-graduate programme at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure
des Arts Décoratif de Paris. In addition to participating in several international art festivals and exhibitions (in France, Germany, USA, Singapore and China), Shu-Jung is the only Taiwanese artist whose work was selected by the French- German Arts and Culture TV (ARTE Video Night), broadcast on ARTE, the Cinematheque of Toulouse, the Digital Culture Art Center in Paris (La Gaîté Lyrique ) and the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. In 2017, her first solo exhibition in Japan Sound! Soundings!! was broadcast on NHK and RSK TV. In 2011, she was selected for Taiwan’s Emerging Artists by the Ministry of Culture (Made in Taiwan – Young Artist Discovery).

Several of her works have also been added to the collection of the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts and ArtBank, supported by the Ministry of Culture.
http://shujung.tumblr.com/
https://vimeo.com/user4470927/videos

 

Colaboration:

 

 

Opening 26-10-2018 “Erica” by Veeeky (Taiwan)

Opening 26-10-2018 “Erica” by Veeeky (Taiwan)

Veeeky (Wei – Chia  Wu): ERICA

Opening 26_10_2018, 19h

Our body exhibits more similarity through messages shared in internet space. Our online appearance are evaluated by algorithm, it spreads in a speed of faster than ever. This phenomenon plays an important role in designing our daily appearances through build-in-app filters, plastic surgeries and make-up.

Female has been struggled with the standard of beauty, which has brought us an entire beauty industry dedicated to manufacture perfection. We are suppressed, but at the same time, the pursue for the inclusion is the main force which motivates all the medical-technical development. In addition, Big companies such as Chinese Selfie app company Meitu, is affecting our evaluation of beauty, we can the modify our face through their predefined beautify whiten slimmer face adjustment, they upload the modified image to social media websites and creating the avatar(online image). 

With the growing capability of modifying our face, body and identity each day- we are making our body renewable and modifiable. Meanwhile, scientists are racing to experiment and to test 3D printing organs, body ink, Neurolink, and our understanding of biological body is changing to machine-like concept- where our body is assembled just as how machines are composed by different parts.

The project is a near-future narrative in which we push the interrelation between online self (developed through selfie-beautify app), beauty tech (plastic surgery, biomeds…), and automated online interaction, to a degree that the online/ offline relationship integrated fully and become how we produce life. This service allows the online avatars automatically interact with each other, through the data collected by beautify prosthesis wore by users. This autopilot mode is populated by users because it offers automated online interaction by reducing the labour of constant uploading and downloading; it also generates personalized content by analyzing user-generated data through Internet of Things. 

Born in Kaohsiung and raised in Taipei (Taiwan), currently lives and works in Beijing (China) Veeeky (Wei – Chia  Wu) started from the cofounder of Bounce Girlz, a group focusing on music event and content in Taiwan, Taipei, when she was in National Taiwan University studying sociology. After spending time digging into visual communication in Goldsmiths College, London, she had more chances to explore new sounds and further established her own way of selection of music and creating visual art. Her approach of synchronizing and sampling sound with visual is limitless, experimenting sounds consisting of surprising content. She is now taking care of the visual in a creative music label Do Hits, making cover arts/live visual/graphics. Do Hits is known for Asian digital sound and art.

veeeky’s visual is based on the thinking of contemporary society, discussing internet/gender/information/channels/globalization-local content, often presenting it in high saturation utopia videos.

Design||| https://www.veeeky.com/
Music||||| https://soundcloud.com/wei-chia-wu

 

With the support of Ministry of Culture of Taiwan

 

veeeky, next artist in residence at Homesession: September-October 2018

veeeky, next artist in residence at Homesession: September-October 2018

veeeky, next artist in residence at Homesession during September-October 2018 

Born in Kaohsiung and raised in Taipei (Taiwan), currently lives and works in Beijing (China).  veeeky (Wei – Chia  Wu) started from the cofounder of Bounce Girlz, a group focusing on music event and content in Taiwan, Taipei, when she was in National Taiwan University studying sociology. After spending time digging into visual communication in Goldsmiths College, London, she had more chances to explore new sounds and further established her own way of selection of music and creating visual art. Her approach of synchronizing and sampling sound with visual is limitless, experimenting sounds consisting of surprising content. She is now taking care of the visual in a creative music label Do Hits, making cover arts/live visual/graphics. Do Hits is known for Asian digital sound and art.

veeeky’s visual is based on the thinking of contemporary society, discussing internet/gender/information/channels/globalization-local content, often presenting it in high saturation utopia videos.

Design||| https://www.veeeky.com/
Music||||| https://soundcloud.com/wei-chia-wu

 

With the support of Ministry of Culture (Taiwan)

Cheng Shao-Hung / residencia en Homesession septiembre /octubre 2017

Cheng Shao-Hung / residencia en Homesession septiembre /octubre 2017

El comisario 程少鴻CHENG Shao-Hung ha sido seleccionado para la residencia en HOMESESSION 2017.
Será en los meses de septiembre y octubre de 2017 con un proyecto sobre ocupación e intercambio en la historia común de Taiwán, Filipinas y España.

Esta residencia cuenta con el apoyo de la Oficina de cultura de Taiwan.

 

CHENG Shao-Hung

Born in 1987 in Taiwan, works and lives in Taipei, a curator and art critic. His research interest in literature and mythology. Cheng has curated the following exhibitions: Mythology of Risen (Marso gallery, Mexico city, 2017), Fiction in Social Reality (VT Artsalon, Taipei, 2016), WISE SPHERE (Hin Bus Depot Art Centre, Penang, 2016), and Black Myth (a fashion show for a Taiwan fashion brand Rainhoe in 2010). He also published Prophets in 2014, a book Interviewed 8 important artists in Taiwan.

 

 

Fragment: Yu-Hang Huang.

Yuhang homesession

“Sometimes, we preserve; we discard, we fetish or we destroy an object because of its association with a moment in our past. No matter how the moment was joyful; hurtful; meaningful or unforgettable, that feeling only turned into fragments of our lives through pieces of objects. In Fragment project, I try to mingle your past and my current turning into something in between.”

From 2008, Yu-Hang Huang has created a series of work by combining performance video and sculpture installation to investigate the notion of “fluidity of identity”, which related to mobility, displacement, and sense of rootless caused by migration.

Huang had lived in North America for nine years before moving back to Taiwan in 2010. She had received numerous grants and exhibited her work internationally including USA, South Korea, Taiwan, Canada and Europe. She is currently in residence at Homesession.

Sunday, September 27, 2015. 18h
Homesession
C/ Creu dels Molers 15, Barcelona.

An initiative from the Economical and Cultural Office of Taipei, with the support of the Ministry of Culture of Taiwan.